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Patrons I Our to to to to to to to Mil UIIW A HATS. SHOES. to to to to to f-. I E 6 •*v M- OFF. $ Does a General We want to link your thoughts with tbiajtore as the ONE general store in your town, wnere the moet deeirable lines ofSpring and SummerWaeh Fabrics are carried. Aleo the greatest line of Dress Trimmings west of StJPaul, No question 8bout it, and at prices way below your expectations. LACES AND EMBROIDERIES The handsomest Conceits from the deft hands of artistic workers, at prices from lc up. LADIES'WAISTS. The largest and handsomest line ever brought to Hope, at prices from 50c to $10.50, MEN'S AND BOYS'CLOTHING. Clothing that is cut in Style—that fits and hangs gracefully—that wears and keepB its shape while it wears—that gives Satisfaction in every par f|t ticular. That's our clothing Each and every garment bought liere— no matter how low the price—can be depended on to meet the above con ditions. NECKWEAR. We don't believe there iB a roan within trading distance of Hope whom we cannot satisfy in Neckwear. Prices from 5c up.' We Hat men, and do it so well that we are increasing our following of appreciative men every day,.and no wonder, when hats like the famous GORDONS head the list at 13.00. #V\ Everything new ideas, styles and correct shapes in up to date foot lit wear for Ladies and Gents, Boys, Misses and Children. ™." Ladies $1.75 to $4.50. I Misses ^X^Boys' and Little Gents', 1.50-to 2.50. Children's. Fancy Groceries a Specialty. Beckerjeck ft Langer, Here We Are As We Always Have Been With one of the Best Stocks of DRY LUMBER to be found in the State of North Dakota. We want to sell you the lumber for ,*your new house, Or to repair your old one. Let us figure your bill. A FULL LINE OF Mouldings, Sash, Doors and Interior Finish ALWAYS CARRIED IN STOCK. Also LIME, CEHENT, PLASTER & HAIR. Rock Bottom Prices on Everything.....• Beidlcr 8 Robinson Lumber Co. F.<p></p>%MWiMmMwwigw7fwwirjwwimrMW\ N. GILMORE, Agent. As we have a few gj JARDINERS in stock which we want |p to dispose of. We will give 25 Cts. Off on the $ f. Great Bargains. Good Prices CALL I GOLD MEDAL PHARMACY, I Avery L. Johnson, Prop. & A.L.PtUMMER, Pres. GEO.A .WARMER, Vice-Pres. W. E. BOISE, Cashier Hope State BanK- 2!£ Insurance Written in Banking Business First Class Companies Safety Deposit Boxes for Rent. I. FfIRM LOfJNS 0 SPECIALTY to to to to to to to to to to to to to to to to to to to to to to to to to to to to to to to .$1.50 to 13.00 .65 to 1.25 3 Steamship Tickets Tor Sale. Dainty Waists For Summer Wear LOCAL NEWS NOTES. W. J. Anderson was in town last Saturday. Considerable work is being done on our streets at the present time. B. TT. Kraabel and J. A. John son were Fargo visitors over Sunday. R. R. Bryan is at Cooperstown this week with his new racer Violet E. 0. G. Major is out on the G. N. Main line talking farmers' eleva tors this week. We haye for sale the red labels or gasoline cans*, Be sure and label your cans. Atty. E. J. McMahon was a business visitor at Fargo the first of the week. Quite a large crowd of rooters accompanied the Page ball aggre gation yesterday. Lee Grant went to Northvvood Saturday in the interests of the Acme Harvester Co. Mrs. S. D. Scott and children went to Petersburg Monday for visit with relatives there. 1. W. Standley was a business visitor at Minneapolis and points in Iowa the first of the week. Bread and all kinds of pastry, made from Hope flour, fresh every evening at the Palace. Rev. Gilpatrick left Monday evening for a month's visit at his old home at Old Orchard, Me David Boise returned Sunday from Grand Forks where he has been attending the University. Northern grown strawberries fresh from the vine, every morn ing in the week except Monday at the Palace. Try some of that soda water flavorings at fruit with natural the Palace. There has been a lot of hare coal shipped in already and stor ed away for winter use. R. D. Patterson, J. A. Carlson and John R. Olson were down from Finley in attendance at lodge last Friday evening. Geo. H. Iseminger returned Wednesday from Oquawka, 111. where he was called a couple of weeks since by the last illness of a sister.—Ana moose Progress. Sunday school will be held at the usual hour in the Gong'! church every Sunday in July. There will be no preaching on July 5th, 12th and 19th. On the 26th Rev. E. S. Shaw will preach morning and evening at the usual hours. The law governing the storing and sale of gasoline requires that all barrels, kegs, cans or vessels in which gasoline is kept shall b« painted red, and that a red label with the word "gasoline" shall pasted on each vessel in which gasoline is sold. This is a good law and should bi rigidly enforced This store «xhibit*» the nvra' effective st.rlea—the daintiest novelties. Ma^ln of the new wash materials—Lawns. Chev iot es, Madras, Cotton Eta ines, Basket Weav es and othpr various eol o-ings or plain white Some are tucked fronts, others plain with em broidery and lace trim ming. All are new and they range in price from $1.00 TO $7.50 Kraabel, Johnson S immmwwwmmffimmm.mmmmmmmmmmmmf GREAT NORTHERN HOPE NORTH STATIONS. NORTH 8:30 am »t40 10:00 10:18 10:58 11:14 11:80 8:30 am »t40 10:00 10:18 10:58 11:14 11:80 8:30 am »t40 10:00 10:18 10:58 11:14 11:80 8:30 am »t40 10:00 10:18 10:58 11:14 11:80 QFFI8E III FIRST NATIONAL BANK BLOCK- Mrs. Black and children are herefrom Grand Forks for an extended visit with Mrs. Hogue. Miss Eileen Gilmore left Mon* day for an extended visit with relatives and friends in Illinois. Dr. and Mrs. Philip and chil dren returned to-day from their trip to the Yellowstone Park. They report a very pleasant time. How Manager Murphy of the visiting team went up in the air yesterday when some of the crowd suggested that we carry the umpire off the diamond on a stretcher. The question for the sermon next Sunday morning at the M. E. church is, "Does God Answer Prayer In the evening there will be a national address, in honor of the Fourth of July. We had an elegant rain last night from about 2 o'clock until 7 this morning. This will help the crops immensely. From re pjrts received by phone the storm seems to have been quite general. At the meeting of the A. F. & A. M. grand lodge at Fargo last week L. A. Jacobson was elected R. W. Junior Grand Warden. Following the regular order of advancement A. will be Grand Master in four years. Rev. II. P. Cooper, the presid ing elder of Grand Forks district in which Hope is located, preach ed at the M. E. church last Sun day morning and evening. Both services were well attended. In the morning the sacrament was administered and six members were taken into the church. Also two were baptized. Did you notice that broad smile and that fatherly air of Editor Keene last evening as he came down the street at a "two forty gait"? If Just Received SOOTH STATIONS. NORTH NORTH NO. A1 NO. A1 NO. A1 NO. A1 No. 62" 8:30 7:20 7:00 K:42 6:02 5:46 5:80 No. 62" 8:30 7:20 7:00 K:42 6:02 5:46 5:80 No. 62" 8:30 7:20 7:00 K:42 6:02 5:46 5:80 ..HOPE Mnley Sharon .Aneta.. NOB. 61 and 02 are dallr (except Sandar) pas senger trains. No. 200 and 270 are frtfeht trains, arriving Ht Hope solus north nt 12U5 a. m. on Mon days, Wednesdays and Fridays, going south at 10:30 a m. en Tuesdays, Thursdays and Satur days and carry passeugers only on permit. GEO. A« FEADf DENTIST. HOPE N. D, A Nice Line of Boys' Crash Suits. The Styles are Good. They are coo', an comfortable. They are cheap. Price 50Cts Just Received, A handsome line of Ladies' Wash Skirts. All Latest Styles. Prices from $1.25 to $3.00 gE Remember We give rash coupon with all cash purchases. It is an easy way to get a 2L— handsome set of dishes FREE.- Co. NOTICE THRESHERMEN. Iam sob ayent for Reeves Threshersinthe vicinity oftPage. All parties wishing to buy or trade should write me at Page and I will call and see them, THOS. HANNA Mr. and Mrs. Bogert and family go to Carriagton tomorrow for a few days visit with relatives. Howard Washburn returned yesterday from Ripon, Wis, where he has been attending school. $ 5 Did it rain? Don't ask us. Everything is under water this morning. Now listen to the crops grow. The Sherbr«oke and Sharon ball teams will play a matched game of ball on the Hope dia mond Wednesday, July 8th at 2 o'clock P. M. A good game is anticipated. Mrs. Louise McKay Leslie will be here for a few days some time in August. It is expected that arrangements will be made for another concert while she is here. Mr. and Mrs. Stiles Sr., Mrs. II, E, Sti'es and children and Mrs. Stines, who have been visit ing relatives here for some time left Monday for their homes at Lidgerwood. Additional locals on last page." During j§ 3rou baraoaf this A. M* didn't just take notice next time you see him and you will know at a glance that he is the papa of a nice baby girl, which arrived at his home yesterdav afternoon. Mother and child are getting along nicely and the boys are smoking the I will-sell at Public Auction the Renovating It you find you are in need of a new rug or two, new carpets, art squares, lace curtains or drap eries. call at the fufniture store and see somt of the latest patterns. Also headquarters for all kinds of furniture, baby bugeries, go-carts, car riagetts. It is always a pleasure to show goods. \4 i' JRespcctfu'ly. & E. WASHBURN, Dealer in all kinds of Household Furnishings. the »V 1 First Ncftional BaoK, Mope North Dakota. A GENERAL BANKING BUSINESS TRANSACTED. at my residence in the Village of Sherbrooke, Steele County, Oft Thursday, July 16, 1903, begin* ningat 10 A. M. the following described property, to-wit: 2 driving mares 1 buggv 1 set double harness 1 set single harness 1 covered sleigh 1 buggy robe Thils and buggy poles 1 walking plow 1 sulky plow 1 market garden carl Farm and garden tools Large quantity of iron and steel 2 boring machines 1 self feeder I Buffalo forge 1 Bellows forge 1 tire upsetter 3 vises 27 pairs Norway iron tongues 1 carpenters' bench and tools 1 P. W. new anvil 1 P.-W. anvil weight 126 pounds .1 new Little Giant screw plate Also a great variety of tools, too numerous to mention. My stock of blacksmith tools is large and complete. 4 bedsteads and bedding 1 featherbed and 10 pillows 19 chairs almost new 2 wash stands 1 kitchen range 3 tables 1 marble top table 1 toilet set enamel ware in kettles and pans 1 Singer sewing machine needles and extras 2 ciocks 1 water cooler 1 sofa 1 meat chopper 1 framed mirror 2-5 gal. oil cans with pumps 3 bed pans 49 grain sacks 1 buffalo coat worth $100.00 About 100 chickens full blood pLymouth rocks 1 chicken coop 16-10 1 hatching coop 12x 12 dwelling house and black smith shop 37x22 also 2 lots 50x 155. All sums under ten dollars cash on all sums over ten dollars time will be given until Oct, 1, 1903, at 8 per cent interest with bankable security 8 per cent dis« count for oash. J. B. IIONEYMAN. A. B. HOLT,Auctioneer. M* PRESSIY, AGENT FOR THE ENTERPRISE STEAM LAUNDRY CO, AIINNEAPOLIS, ILL SHIP AS FOL* LOWS: June 8-22. July 6.20. •FOR SALE. FRESH MILCH COWS. I have a number of GOOD fresh milch cows and heifers which I want to sell. Do you want to buy? If so it will pay 3*ou to see me. 6-tf. James Dorrance. Colgate, N, D. Spring I J. D. BROWN. Cashier. Insuranc* V|rlttcn In tht Beat Time-Triad and Fire-Tested Companies. fi and Sold. Taxes Paid.